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After arguing with his daughter then getting thoroughly embarrassed at an electronics store, Louie gets a visit from his uncle Excelsior who orders Louie to see his father, whom Louie hasn’t spoken to in two years.

As a result of the meal, Louie becomes sick, developing a rash on his neck and vomiting. His doctor believes his physical condition is a result of his emotional repression brought on by his non-existent relationship with his father, so he urges Louie to pay him a visit as well.

Soon, it seems everyone is ordering around Louie, calling him names and belittling him for not being a man and resolving whatever unsettled business he has with his father. Just when, Louie is about to come face to face with his father, he takes off down the street and doesn’t stop until he’s out in the middle of the ocean on a stolen speed boat laughing at his tragically comedic situation.

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Louie Season 3 Episode 8 Quotes

Jim, why do you have a child's crude drawing of a woman with a scraggly bush sucking a huge cock?

Sarah Silverman

When I was a boy, I had a horse given to me by my father. And when I went away to school, I gave that horse to your father to care for. And, in three months, he let my horse die. (Long awkward pause) Louie, let me ask you something (holds up his middle finger as if giving Louie the finger) when man has intercourse with a prostitute, he covers his organ with protection (mimics the rolling on of a condom onto his middle finger) so the he won't catch her retchidness. He is acting in the interest of his family, so that he won't take it home to his wife. (Louie asks, "that's the question?") But, between a father and his son (mimics unrolling of condom off finger), there can be no separation. No boundary. A father calls, a son answers. A father beckons, a son comes! (still holding his middle finger in Louie's face) This is for life, Louie. For life!